Wednesday May 6 2020

This Week

Good News Memory Verse

And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst. — John 6:35 -from BBN

Personal: Still on Stay at Home here in Nashville. Our Park is closed and we are on Stand Down orders. Looks like June before that will change. Mannheim is sill running sales virtually and no word as to when we will be called back to work.

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Personal: Shore power and home internet are back. Me time – Coffee and BBN on the radio, WYFN 980 AM here. Glad Tidings with Dr. J. Allen BlairAvailable On Demand; News and Good News and Music. I seem to be a bit challenged today but working threw it.

On the light side: Peaceful-Mornings, by Hannes van Eeden the Wandering Ambivert. Christian History -Responding to a letter received from a child, English pologist C. S. Lewis wrote: ‘God knows quite well how hard we find it to love Him more than anyone or anything else, and He won’t be Angry with us as long as we are trying. And He will help us.’ –1955Oklahoma; Rebel without a Cause, James Dean; Elvis Presley (OK ADD, I didn’t like his releases for that year, so here is one I like) Why Me Lord. National Nurses Day -God bless you and the work that you do, keep the faith!

Thought for the day: “You get older and you learn there is one sentence, just four words long, and if you can say it to yourself it offers more comfort than almost any other. It goes like this: At least I tried.” – Ann Brashares

Daily Devotions

Daily Devotions are imperative to a healthy walk with the Lord. I singed up to receive a few via email and others can be easily found online.

New: Extra Extra Read all about it . . .
Through the Scriptures (Matthew 6) by Focus on God’s Word Great Application, very relevant to these COVID-19 times! Check out this excellent daily Blog.

Pastor Allen Jackson: Remarkable Faith -Matthew 15:22
Allen, “The world may think your pedigree’s not right, or that your network doesn’t include all the right connections, but if you’re desperate for the Lord, and you trust in Him, that’s enough.”
Today with Allen Jackson
Allen Jackson Ministries
World Outreach Church

Adrian Rogers: Is God Optional to You?
Love Worth Finding

Charles Spurgeon: Morning and Evening
Morning: 1 John 4:13
Evening: Job 14:14
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Bible Pathways: 2 Kings 14 to 2 Kings 15

Our Daily Bread: Peacemakers (Matthew 5:9)

Daily Reading

One Year Bible

RUTH 2:1-4:22
JOHN 4:43-54
PSALM 105:16-36
PROVERBS 14:26-27

Bible Study

Pastor Fred Davis: Book of Revelation –Uploaded around 10:00 CST.
Past studies posted on youtube.comChapter 4:4-8
Mending Fences Cowboy Church

Dr. J. Vernon McGee: 2 Peter 1:19—2:1
Through the Bible

Daily Classes

Classes may be suspended, students at home. Thanks to distance learning, for some of us, classes roll on. I will be finishing up the free Old Testament Survey coarse at Biblical Training.

If I was enrolled in a Degree Program at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) I might be attending BE, HT, ST, OT, NT, CE, RS and PM classes. DTS does offers Online Classes Dallas Theological Seminary – Online Courses. Note: Graduate Courses, “You can preview these courses” My favorite Course is HT with John D. Hannah. Normally you can order books from but they are closed at this time due to COVID-19.

I am enrolled in the Associate of Biblical Studies program at ATS. Currently working threw BSHS2250 Life of David – For more information: Andersonville Theological Seminary

Find helpful links on the Bible Study Start Page. Home: Bible Student Hub Correspondence

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